GAGE is partnering with UNICEF Jordan to explore and test the effects of UNICEF’s integrated adolescent and youth programming on the well-being and empowerment of vulnerable adolescent girls and boys from refugee and host communities.
GAGE research involves the most vulnerable adolescents, including refugees, vulnerable Jordanians, adolescents with disabilities, those out of school, as well as married girls and adolescent mothers.
We work in five governorates in Jordan: Amman, Irbid, Mafraq, Jerash and Zarqa. Our work in Jordan is carried out in partnership with Mindset and the Information and Research Center – King Hussein Foundation (IRCKHF).
GAGE consortium. (2020) GAGE overview: Jordan. London: Gender and Adolescence: Global Evidence